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Canada says no to Boeing for 88 warplanes
US manufacturer ruled out. Lockheed Martin and Saab still at stake
The Canadian Government has started a modernization program with the aim to replace the aging fleet of aircraft in the world's tenth largest economy. The deal worths about 10.3 billion Euros to provide 88 new combat aircraft. Meanwhile, Canada has excluded the US manufacturer Boeing, which is no longer on the list of candidates that met the conditions. The company had participated in the tender with...
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